Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
The Doppel Gang
A cunning plan to save a theatre from closure spirals out of control – can four Brits pull off an illegal impersonation of the Marx Brothers?
Abstract electronic collaboration between two visual/audio artists.
The Doric Festival
Community-organised festival held in the north-east of Scotland, celebrating the area's Doric traditions and heritage. Storytelling, song, drama and musical concerts and recitals form the backbone of the events programme, with the sustenance of the Doric language supported through prose, poetry and drama-writing…
Doric String Quartet
The Doric String Quartet was formed in 1998 and besides touring all over the world has released CDs of the complete quartets of Korngold and Schumann.
Funk-infused melodies and electronica from the London-based singer-songwriter, musician and producer.
Dornoch Farmers’ Market
Held at Dornoch Social Club, usually on the third Saturday of the month, the market offers Saval Pork’s rare breed pork, Reidchalmai Croft’s lamb, a varied range of eggs, preserves and home baking from A-Bun-Dance. Market gardens in the surrounding area supply seasonal and year-round herbs, salads, vegetables and fruit…
Rock and metal from the German singer.
Quartet known for their riffs and bass lines.
Canadian rock quartet.
The Bathgate duo play a nostalgic set of swing, country and easy listening.
The Double R Club
An evening of mystery and nightmares inspired by the films of David Lynch.
Nature photographer Doug Allan gives an illustrated talk about his travels and experiences working on nature programmes.
Doug Allan: In the Company of Giants
Illustrated talk from the award-winning cameraman, who has worked on the shows Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Ocean Giants.
Christina singer from Lapel, Indiana and founding member of Ernie Haase & Signature Sound.
Scottish author Doug Johnstone discusses his latest novel, Crash Land, a thriller set amidst the stark Orkney landscape. Doug Johnstone is a writer, musician and journalist based in Edinburgh. His novels include The Ossians, Gone Again and The Dead Beat. His 2016 book, The Jump was shortlisted for the McIlvanney Prize for…
Doug MacLeod is known for his superb songwriting, guitar wizardry, warm soulful vocals, wit, and unforgettable live performances. At the heart of a MacLeod performance is his knack for storytelling, bringing characters-from the faceless to the legendary-to strikingly real life. Doug is a multiple Blues Music Award winner…
Doug Perkins and the Spectaculars
A four piece band who take their inspiration from the pioneers of rock'n'roll.
The leading light in intelligent American comedy takes a brutal look at the stupidity of society and politics today in a vicious, no-holds-barred show.
Dougie MacLean Trio
Dougie performs his well-loved songs with his pals.
The Lancaster-based organist gives a recital.
Meet crime writer Douglas Skelton, author of Glasgow's Black Heart, Frightener and Dark Heart.
Young organist performing a mixed programme.
The Douglasdale Gaitherin
Small, friendly and affordable festival with something to suit every folky's taste in a programme of concerts, workshops and pub sessions.
Down to Kill
Heavy thrashy punk rock.
Down To The Bone
Five-piece band playing rock'n'roll from the 50s and 60s.
Downfall Of Gaia
Black metal and post-rock from Germany.
The Downliners Sect
The veteran Twickenham-formed band performs classic rhythm'n'blues and rock.
Classic rock band.
Tell Dr Book what it is you like, and he'll help you find your dream book. For children and teens.
Dr Bunhead's Secret Science Lab
Hair-raising science experiments (okay, demonstrations) from TV's Dr Bunhead.
Dr John Cooper Clarke and Hugh Cornwell
Punk poet Dr Cooper Clarke teams up with ex-Strangler Hugh Cornwall to tour their first album together This Time it's Personal, a celebration of the sounds of their younger years.
Dr Phil Hammond: Games To Play With Your Doctor
The irreverent doctor – and TV regular – entertains with more medical humour.
Dr Phil's Health Revolution
Dr Phil, the GP known for being funny, combines his medical credentials and humour for a show to leave you in rude health.
Dr Sketchy's Anti-Art School
Where cabaret meets life drawing – the models are burlesque divas, strapping hunks of manhood and circus freaks. Win alcohol and fancy art supply prizes at this antidote to solemn, lifeless classes.
The Dr Teeth Big Band
The Dr Teeth Big Band keep old school jive alive.
Dr Zebo's Wheezy Club
Folky swing and jazz from this guitar, fiddle and double bass acoustic trio.
A cavalcade of drag queens covering a broad range of genres and talents. Previous performance pieces have included lipsyncing, live singing, stand up comedy, ballet, burlesque, poetry/spoken word, theatrical pieces and even saw playing. Expect the unexpected.
Dragged Into Sunlight
The story of young Tommy who, one night, discovers a dragon outside his bedroom window.
Do dragons really exist? Guess it's time to find out on this dragon hunt. Suitable for families with children 4–10 years and a sense of adventure.
Europe's largest celebration of drag, with appearances from some of the biggest and most-loved names including Rupaul's Drag Race stars Michelle Visage, Adore Delano, Katya, Alaska Thunderfuck, Violet Chachki, Jinkx Monsoon, as well as Rubber Child, Biblegirl, Lisa Limbaugh, the stars of Hey Qween and many more.
Drake Music Scotland
Drake Music Scotland is an innovative charity that works with the disabled to enable them to play and compose music.
A night dedicated to the Canadian urban and pop star.
The Drawing Room
Monthly, experimental drawing sessions inspired by the modern collection.
Draws Creature Mask
Indie and blues rock from Draws Creature Mask.
Garage punk duo.
Dreams and Stars
Monthly poetry and music night hosted by Red Room Poets.
The Dreams Of Ridiculous Men
London's alt.indie five piecer who tinge their rock with psychedelia.